97 Acres, Hwy 77 & CR 134, Burlington, Milam County, Texas 76519


Size: ±97.0 Acres.

Description: Approx. ±82.97 acres being cultivated dry cropland which is rotated in corn and wheat. The remainder of the land is drainage/water way and wooded space with a small stock pond near the middle of the farm.

Improvements: There is an old farm house on the property, no value consideration.

Location:  The property is located between the communities of Burlington and Ben Arnold at the NE Corner of Hwy 77 & County Road 134 in Milam County, near the Bell, Falls & Milam County lines.

Hydrology: There are two drainage/water ways and a small stock tank near the middle of the farm.

Utilities:  Bell-Milam-Falls co-op water and Heart of Texas coop Electric service the area. There are O.H. electric lines on site.  No hydraulic study has been conducted to determine cost and availblility of a water meter. 

Topography:  Flat to gently sloping.  There are ±30' of elevation changes across the property at ±390' to 420' feet above sea level, with ±1% - 3% slopes. (Topographical Map available). 

Soil:  Mostly Class 2 Houston Black Clay, very suitable for farming. (Soil Report available). 

Taxes: Open Space Valuation (Ag Exempt) for low property taxes. Outside city limits, no city taxes.  

Income: ±$5,600 in 2018 Share Rents (1.7% Cap Rate). 













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